The 15-Hour Minor in Photography is designed to give students a foundation in creative photography in the context of fine art. Analog and digital processes are covered. The minor is open to all undergraduate students except for those majoring in programs housed within the Department of Art & Art History.
Pick one of the Following:
|ARTS 1110||Drawing I **||3|
|ARTS 1210||Studio Foundations I: Materials and Concepts **||3|
|ARTS 1230||Introduction to Digital Art **||3|
|ARTS 3210||Introduction to Photography||3|
|ARTS 3220||Digital and Color Photography||3|
|ARTS 3230||Intermediate Photography||3|
|ARTS 4240||Advanced Photography||3|
Total Hours: 15
**Can be taken concurrently with ARTS 3210 Introduction to Photography
Students must earn at least a C and maintain a minimum 2.5 grade-point average in all courses that count toward the minor.